Written by: on 28/02/2007 @ 10:57

Leo por Fabrice Marguerie que acaba de salir una nueva version de nuestra proxima herramienta

Y por lo que vemos LINQ, LINQ, LINQ y mas LINQ:

  • VB
    9.0: Query Expressions (Basic querying, filtering, and ordering
    support); Object Initializers; Extension Methods; Local Variable Type
    Inference; Anonymous Types; XML literals; XML properties; New Line and
    Expression IntelliSense
  • C# 3.0: Query Expressions; Object and
    Collection Initializers; Extension Methods; Local Variable Type
    Inference; Anonymous Types; Lambdas bound to Delegates and Expression
    trees; Complete design-time support (Intellisense, Formatting,
  • LINQ to ADO.NET (LINQ to SQL, LINQ to DataSets, LINQ to Entities):
    • LINQ
      to SQL has enhanced the functionality from the May 2006 LINQ CTP. You
      can find it in System.Data.Linq namespace in System.Data.Linq.dll. New
      in this release is that DataContext provides optimized modes for
      read-only use and serialization . Also new is that DataShape
      streamlines eager loading capabilities and adds the ability to set
      queries on relationships
    • LINQ To SQL Designer: Methods can be
      created from stored procedures and functions within the designer;
      Better handling of database schemas; Improved inheritance support in
      the designer.
    • LINQ to SQL designer integration in websites and web applications
  • LINQ to XML:
    • System.Xml
      Bridge Classes added – There is a set of extension methods allowing
      XPath / XSLT to be used over LINQ to XML trees, allow XSLT
      transformations to produce an LINQ to XML tree, and to validate an
      XElement tree against an XML Schema.
    • Event Model – This allows
      LINQ to XML trees to be efficiently synchronized with a GUI, e.g. a
      Windows Presentation Foundation application
    • Class hierarchy changes – XObject class added, XStreamingElement class (temporarily) removed
    • Various
      understandability / usability improvements – There have been a number
      of relatively minor changes done in response to internal reviews,
      usability studies, and external feedback to make the API more clean and
  • LINQ to Objects: This API is defined in the System.Linq namespaces inside System.Core.dll.


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